Hello, my Followers. It has been an amazing journey so far with my blog and the connections that I have made here every day. As part of the theme for my WordPress blog allows me to add testimonials from people that follow my blog. It is a great way for me to feature you, my… Continue reading Testimonials for “The Bipolar Writer”
Why Suicide? What caused those of us who have gone down that dark road? I am officially a week away from my ten-year diagnosis and suicide anniversary. This milestone is very important to me because there was a time in my life where getting to this point was a just fantasy I convinced myself was… Continue reading Why Suicide?
I have had a lot of time to think about the future of my blog over the weekend. Where do I go from here? I have met the most amazing people over the last two and half months within the mental health community. People, who are willing to share their story, their experience with me… Continue reading The Future of “The Bipolar Writer”
Nothing beats an early morning writing session, an extra hot/extra shot chestnut praline latte, and good music. It has been a great week for me writing here on my blog and my memoir, but as I have learned this week sometimes you have to struggle with the bad things (depression) while achieving your goals. I… Continue reading My Weekly Wrapup – 11/6 – 11/12
To the Followers of my Blog, Thank you. When I started this blog almost three months ago my expectations were small. Share pieces of my life with the world as I work towards the ultimate goal of writing my memoir. Share my experiences with being Bipolar, living with anxiety, insomnia and the many wrong things… Continue reading To All Those Who Follow My Blog
It has been an interesting week for me both as a writer and a human being. I have been able to write and be effective this week, but not at the level I would like to be at some days. In the past, my creativity has always taken a backseat to my depression in past years… Continue reading When My Creativity and Depression Collide
I can admit when I am struggling down this road with my social anxiety. One of my main struggles with my social anxiety is the battle with my psychiatrists (I say this in the plural for a reason) over what is the right dosage for me. Is it my current dosage of morning and evening,… Continue reading The Realities of Ativan
I sometimes imagine I am three people. The depressed James, the manic James, and just J.E. Skye The Bipolar Writer. I am driving, and the darkness is behind me for a time. I knew the day would come where it was the time to write about the other side of my diagnosis, my manic side. I… Continue reading My Manic Life – The Other Side of my Diagnosis